May 25, 2017
    
 
  ...exploring the life-changing message of Jesus...
 
FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORSHIP SERVICES & MIDWEEK PRAYER MEETING

During the School Year, we enjoy two worship experiences on Sunday mornings. For the early risers, 8:00 and then later in the morning at 10:30. Both services include traditional hymns, readings from the Holy Scriptures, Preaching and Prayers. Children are welcome and included in special ways. At 10:30, we have a choir that sings beautifully with Special Music.

From May 28 until Labor day, we enjoy one worship service at 9:15 where we all come together as a family reunion through the Summer season.

Eat, Stay, and Pray—Community Prayer Service, Wednesdays, 5:45 to 6:15 p.m. This is an ecumenical prayer opportunity in the Sanctuary. A chance to pray to God. To listen for the Spirit of God. To be together in the hope of Jesus Christ. It will be open to our community meal guests and available to all the folks at Trinity who are not able to make it to church on Sunday mornings…and for anyone who wants a chance to pray in community during the week. If Sunday morning worship is a chance to get closer to God, then check it out and see what God can do on Wednesday nights!

“Prayer is not asking. Prayer is putting oneself in the hands of God, at his disposition, and listening to his voice in the depth of our hearts.” –Mother Teresa 

                                    ...exploring the life-changing message of Jesus...

Preacher’s Corner by Pastor Geri Hamlen

After Easter, the preaching will shift gears to a sermon series called, ‘Are You Kidding?’ Jesus tells us that unless we become like a child, we will never enter the kingdom (Matthew 18:3). Those are words worth pondering, and so we will! The Easter Season, which follows the great celebration, gives us a period of time in which to consider what it means to live in the light of our Resurrected Lord and how that looks through the eyes of children. We’ll look at Jesus’ teachings and parables from a child’s perspective and hopefully discover a surprising wisdom in them

that we could miss…until we too become like children!

May 7, ‘Thank You and Please: Mind Your Manners.’ Matthew 20:1-16, 1 Peter 1:17-21

May 14, ‘Come When You’re Called!’ Matthew 22, 1-14, 1 Peter 2:1-8

May 21, ‘Temper, Temper’ Matthew 21:10-17, 1 Peter 3:8-18

May 28, Ascension Sunday. Luke 24:44-53, Acts 1:1-11, Psalm 47, Ephesians 1:15-23

June 4, Pentecost Sunday. Acts 2:1-21, 1 Corinthians 12:3b-13; John 7:37-39

As we move into June, lets consider how Jesus speaks to us through the Holy Spirit. The Book of Acts has many stories about the Holy Spirit communicating with people…so why not us? How do we learn to recognize and pay attention to the voice of Jesus? We’ll use the teachings of Jesus in Matthew, matched with verses in Acts, to grow in our ability to respond to the calling of Jesus. Come and be blessed by the words of God for the people of God. Thanks be to God!

June 11, Trinity Sunday. Matthew 28-16-20, Acts 1:2-8

June 18, Father’s Day. Matthew 10:1-23, Acts 10:1-23

June 25, Matthew 10:26-33, Acts 26:14-18


 
 
 
Come and join us for an active and vibrant celebration of faith and worship of our Lord through the wonderful music of the Trinity Adult Choir!
 
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Perched behind the Sanctuary
 
Young children and babies can enjoy some space, while parents can still enjoy our worship service in our overflow room, to the back and above the sanctuary. This is also where you are invited to take part in the technical aspect of our worship if that is where your talent and interests lie, with audio equipment, our computer support and PowerPoint slide show, which accompany our services, and other modern enhancements to the worship experience